Anatomy of a Cabot
A gun is a sum of its parts. At Cabot, we make thirty-one components in-house and completely from billet steel. Forgings and casting are inferior but can be produced at a fraction of the cost and is the standard in the industry. But not here at Cabot. We are obsessed. We are obsessed and committed to building the finest pistols possible and that entails crafting components from a block of steel employing aerospace standards construction techniques to tolerances beyond the rest of the firearm industry. And to make it here in America.
The following is a representative sampling of some of the components that form a pistol. Cabot components are built to last a lifetime. It’s a painstaking process but our quality standards no doubt set Cabot apart.
The Arts & Sciences of the 1911.
The Main Spring Housing with Rhombus Checkering
The Thumb Safety
The Slide Stop
The Grip Safety
The Guide Rod
The Hammer Strut
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